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Re: [vox] Making custom circuit boards
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Re: [vox] Making custom circuit boards

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On Wednesday, February 06 2002 04:28 pm, Mark K. Kim wrote:
> There are a couple options depending on how professional you want it, what
> the dimensions need to be, etc.  I usually just get a solder-on board and
> solder stuff on, which is usually good for most tasks.  You can get blank
> boards from Radio Shack or HSC in Sacramento (http://www.halted.com/).

I tried one of these, it got really messy, perhaps if I changed my method I 
could get it to work. There are large distances between compoents most of 
which need to share a lot of wires, which makes things a bit annoying without 
a PCB.

> If you want it professionally done, there are several places where you can
> send schematics and they'll do 'em for you.  They can get expensive,
> however.

Yeah, I looked in to that too, the cheapest ones cost $20

> Yet another option is to figure out what you went wrong when you tried to
> make the PCB yourself.
> -Mark
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